The year 2020 marks 27 years of shared adventures for Steve and me. Starting today, every day I will post a photo or memory or anecdote of something we have experienced together.
The first cookbook I owned is the one my mother gave me when I started living on my own after college. It’s called Édeskönyv (Sweets) by Mária Hajková. It’s a baking book written in Hungarian, more precisely translated into Hungarian from Slovak, published in 1957. It promises that its 745 recipes will turn out good. Some of my very favorite desserts come from this book.
“Do not worry about difficulties in mathematics; I can assure you mine are still greater.” — Albert Einstein
“Fear less, hope more; eat less, chew more; whine less, breathe more; talk less, say more; hate less, love more; and all good things are yours.” — Swedish proverb
“I am inclined to believe that one of origins of mathematics is man’s playful nature, and for this reason mathematics is not only a Science, but to at least the same extent also an Art.” — Rózsa Péter